About your Search

20130101
20130131
STATION
KRON (MyNetworkTV) 28
KTVU (FOX) 20
SFGTV2 19
KPIX (CBS) 18
SFGTV 12
KGO (ABC) 9
KNTV (NBC) 4
KOFY 4
KICU 3
KBCW (CW) 2
KSTS (Telemundo) 2
LANGUAGE
English 119
Search Results 0 to 49 of about 121 (some duplicates have been removed)
at an oakland public safety meeting booed police chief howard jordan. >> let the public speak. >> reporter: stopping the chief from explaining why he supports to spend $250,000 to hire police chief bill bratton for advice on how to stop violent crime in oakland. >> why don't you go and have howard jordan buy his book on amazon. >> reporter: local opponents say bratton won't offer improvement but will deliver the controversial stop and frisk policy they say leads to profiling. >> let's invest $250,000 in jobs. let's invest $250,000 in social services. or, why don't we take that $250,000 and find some consultant somewhere, somehow that can figure out why the oakland police department can't stop killing unarmed black and brown men. >> reporter: some voiced their hopes for a safer oakland and support for bratton, but were drowned out. >> opd has massive challenges on the enforcement side. >> reporter: chief howard jordan says while he supports the plan to hire bratton, he won't agree to any plan that puts civil liberties and the public trust. >> bill bratton will give me advice. and it's up to
will be released once the medication dose has been from across the globe. >> let us hear from police chief, howard jordan. >> the bottom line is that it has to stop. we, as a community have to do a better job of protecting our young children. >>> this was the 131 st , side of the year. more community involvement is also key for the new year. >> jacqueline: with already, cold and even freezing in some areas. as we go towards wednesday. this live look we are dealing with clear skies so perfect for those fireworks. said it to go off in the area but high clouds will be streaming in. not much for the halting of these cool temperatures already freezing in fairfield, 36 in fairfield. 35 in vallejo and it is even going to get colder, overnight. 20's and '30's expected with 29 degrees in santa rosa. 27 degrees and santa rosa. and 30's also for the south bay and for the coast. half moon bay. there is a freeze watch for the north bay virtually the entire north bay will be impacted. sub-freezing temperatures are expected to last. with icy conditions expected. and make sure that you allow yourself some extra t
the killings prompted calls for the crime ridden city to declare a state of emergency. howard jordan said it hasn't hit that point just yet. >> i don't believe we have reached that threshold. the national guard isn't necessary at this point in the meantime, asking for federal help, asking for housing authority, will go a long way. >>> the chief says most of the recent violence can be traced to a pair of warring gangs still, just two weeks into 2013 the city has already seen, half a dozen homicides there were just two this time last year. >>> now that city is making a big money bet on a legendary law man to try to turn things around. linda yee tells us a controversial crime fighting tactic he calls a must have might be a tough sell. >> reporter: it was a bloody weekend for oakland and a stronger argument for the city's soon to be hired police consultant to impose one of his controversial policies, stopping and searching suspicious people, otherwise known as stop and frisk. in a satellite interview from new york he told cbs 5 he won't back off from what he believes works. >> any city to say
seminary and 3 people were hit.. violent couple of days grant, kron 4. >> pam: oakland police chief howard jordan says, rival groups are connected to a number of city. >> we have all arrested one person and that is involved in one of the shootings from last friday. two of those people from this weekend work involving groups of people. these are two different groups that are involved in about 90% of the violence and oakland. >> pam: in addition to the one arrest. o-p-d confiscated 11- illegal firearms while officers were out investigating the shootings that occurred over the weekend. >> the nation's debate on gun control. continues. president obama re-issued a call to action. coming up, some solutions his special task force is working on. >> plus, a turning point in the lance armstrong doping scandal. what sources are saying about his interview with oprah winfrey. >> , up later in this broadcast the 49ers play off time. everybody loves the 49ers, jacqueline, pam also love the 49ers. we will check it out, coming up. >> pam: an inside source says. during an interview with oprah winfrey today.
. oakland police chief howard jordan says that is not something they plan on implementing. >> that is not something that we will be implementing. our policy is reasonable cause. >> pam: bratton is expected to start mid february. coming up and sports more practice with what alex smith had to say about being passed up to colin kaepernick. and also the nba, the oklahoma thunder. gary radnich is next. >> gary: could keeping everybody. the 49ers want to get as much work done in santa clara before the go to new orleans it is just a matter of being comfortable. they know the scene colin kaepernick is doing everything, like lifting. i think the highlight is that alex smith. has not said it too much if you listen to alex speak today. he says all the right things. >> i think what i've been impressed with most in his the lack of young mistakes. they show flashes and they are good at times but also they have their moments as will other key moments. this is a team sport. these are all my teammates. we go through so much together. if you cannot be happy that you have to have something w
value vacation. >> howard jordan son board. >> if you look at what they do, they have no place in a city like oakland or any urban environment. >> national rifle association reresponded today with this statement. it's disappointing but not surprised she's focused on curtailing the constitution instead of prosecutin prosecuting -- prosecuting criminals or fixing our broken mental health sis tismt howard jordan responded. >> for me, i think they need to get, just get a reality check about what is happening on the streets. what impact of the weapons is causing to the community so they can protect our citizens. >> since the shooting at sandy hook school there has been talk about banning assault weapons. we spoke with one gun dealer who told me sales of assault weapons have gone up 300%. >> mark, thank you. police say a comment about shoes proceeded a shooting of two high school students. police say teens were walking along a path under the tracks between lincoln and stockton avenues when two men approached them. one asked students about shoes and then, opened fire. albany high urging student
. the details are still forthcoming and we're still waiting for police chief, howard jordan. that is all we know. jeff bush, kron 4. >> pam: jeff, anything about the suspect? >> reporter: we are hearing that there has been one arrest. there was some information earlier that there could have been two people however, there has been one suspect are arrested. >> pam: thank you, jeff. >> we're still more than a week away from the super bowl, but san francisco city officials are already working on plans to keep crowds from getting out of control, if the 49ers win. kron 4's charles clifford has details on where things stand now. >> reporter: after the giants won the world series back in october, there were large crowds celebrating all over san francisco, things really got rowdy around mission and 22nd where people were blocking the street and lighting fires. there was also a large crowd and a bonfire outside att park and along market street a muni bus was vandalized and set on fire. the city, of course, is hoping to avoid a repeat of scenes like these if the 49ers win the super bowl. after the giants w
, oakland police chief howard jordan explained how he plans to deal with this recent rise in shootings. chief jordan says. two rival groups are connected to a number of these recent shootings, and says, they are also responsible for the majority of the violence in the city. now to the widespread outbreak of the flu. which has killed at least 20- children around the country. here in california - four adults have died from from the flu. and the sickness could just be getting started here. at last check, the flu is widespread in 47-states. that does not include california. terisa estacio is on the peninsula, where kaiser permanente is awaiting thousands more vacination shots. >> reporter: at some kaiser permanente facilities in northern california there simply was not enough vaccines to meet demand. but that was last week. now, this week. the spot shortage is over. and help is on the way. this is doctor smith - an infectious disease expert for kaiser. >> we moved supplies around. to deal with issue. plus, the doctor says a large supply is on it's way. >> 30 thousand on the way. >> report
suspect. at news conference today police chief howard jordan said much of the violence the city has seen in the past 6 months can be connected to just 2 groups. and when jordan found evidence connecting them to one of the shoot thtion weekend, he said he did something medley. >> took swift immediate action by reassigning officers to some 80's that we thought retaliation would likely occur. >>reporter: council member galo said he will push the city council to give police more resources the and that include a curfew or stop and frisk law which has been controversial. >>> campus police captured one of 2 men accused of committing anti-gay crime at uc berkeley. 23-year-old garcia and second man spray pantyed anti-gay graffiti on 2 campus buildings around 10:30 saturday night. police still looking for second suspect who ran from the scene described as hispanic male with first name of chris about 6 foot 2 weighing 200 pound. >> new at 11:00. animal control officials in contra costa county are lacking for the person who shot a cat with an arrow. we are told kfc will survive. he was in the ba
to hear what he has to say why not go and have -- buy his book on amazon? >> oakland police chief howard jordan favors hiring the police chief who is now police commissioner in boston and new york. but protesters feared the use of stop and frisk techniques that braton introduced will lead to racial profiling. stop and frisk enters a gray area of what is reasonable suspicion? last week a federal judge found it to be in violation of people 's civil rights. >> officers have the right based on reasonable suspicion to stop everyone. >> too much emphasis was placed on the stop and frisk methods. >> a large part of this success in new york and l.a. was based on community partnership. that is something we are definitely in support of here. >> again the public safety commission was voted to recommend a contract to hire a consult at the present time and not necessarily bratton. it now goes to a full council, and it is expected to be another lively discussion. reporting live at oakland city hall, alan wang, abc7 news. >> thank you. >>> the search is on for a 17-year-old boy who escaped a juvenile d
his book on amazon? >> oakland police chief howard jordan favors hiring the police chief who is now police commissioner in boston and new york. but protesters feared the use of stop and frisk techniques that braton introduced will lead to racial profiling. stop and frisk enters a gray area of what is reasonable suspicion? last week a federal judge found it to be in violation of people 's civil rights. >> officers have the right based on reasonable suspicion to stop everyone. >> too much emphasis was placed on the stop and frisk methods. >> a large part of this success in new york and l.a. was based on community partnership. that is something we are definitely in support of here. >> again the public safety commission was voted to recommend a contract to hire a consult at the present time and not necessarily bratton. it now goes to a full council, and it is expected to be another lively discussion. reporting live at oakland city hall, alan wang, abc7 news. >> thank you. >>> the search is on for a 17-year-old boy who escaped a juvenile detention center. residents near the youth rehabil
police chief howard jordan favors hiring the police chief who is now police commissioner in boston and new york. but protesters feared the use of stop and frisk techniques that braton introduced will lead to racial profiling. stop and frisk enters a gray area of what is reasonable suspicion? last week a federal judge found it to be in violation of people 's civil rights. >> officers have the right based on reasonable suspicion to stop everyone. >> too much emphasis was placed on the stop and frisk methods. >> a large part of this success in new york and l.a. was based on community partnership. that is something we are definitely in support of here. >> again the public safety commission was voted to recommend a contract to hire a consult at the present time and not necessarily bratton. it now goes to a full council, and it is expected to be another lively discussion. reporting live at oakland city hall, alan wang, abc7 news. >> thank you. >>> the search is on for a 17-year-old boy who escaped a juvenile detention center. residents near the youth rehabilitation facility are being tol
howard jordan insists that bratton's policies will not interfere with the police department's efforts to build a relationship with the community. >> we do not condone racial profiling. we have worked hard and long to build relationships. i did not want to throw that away. >> the oakland city council is split on whether they should hire bratton. it is expected to make a hiring decision at its meeting next tuesday. a chilly start but not quite as cold as the last couple of mornings. >> as we take a look at the temperatures we are very similar than just 24 hours ago below freezing and in some areas, napa. of vallejo but not quite as cold as the heart of the bay. but we are still below freezing for the inland communities. surprisingly, the national weather service did not issue a frost advisories. the dewpoint are actually higher so that means that we are seeing more moisture. it is probably certain that you will see some moisture on your windshield. expect that. faswith mostly sunny skies it is going to be warmer with temperatures in the 50s. tonight, clear but not quite as cold with mos
repeatedly heckled police chief howard jordan and other supporters of this controversial crime fighting plan. it would include hiring former los angeles police chief william as a consultant for $250,000. the demonstrators say he would bring a racist crime fighting policy to the table. >> he told his officers that they should patrol as such. >> i'm the guy that gets to decide which practice we will do and who will do it. because i'm the one who is responsible. bill will be giving the advice. >> reporter: again the public safety committee has given the plan a thumbs up. all of this comes in response to a surge in deadly violence blamed mostly on two of oakland's rival gangs. live in oakland i'm tara moriarty. >> meantime police chief jordan is backing off surprising comments he made about gangs. on monday he raised eyebrows when he said two gangs in east oakland are responsible for 90% of the city's violent crime. chief jordan says he was confused and got his figures wrong. mayor quan made a similar comment last year. >>> a man who tried to kidnap a two-year-old girl in san jose is on the loos
appears to be a shotgun. but oakland police chief howard jordan says this year will be different. >> we actually have a team of officers dedicated by supervisor, by one sergeant solely respond to gunfire faults in the city tonight. >> reporter: for the first time during new year's, officers are using enhanced shooter response. we are going to be out there, we are going to be watching you. we're taking it very seriously. >> people are going to do what they're going to do regardless. i just hope that people don't get hurt. i just home people are safe tonight. >> reporter: no matter how many officers are out chasing down gunfire tonight, the roof problem remains unsolved. >> there are too many guns out. and irresponsible people. >> reporter: oakland police are also stepping up dui patrols and encouraging anyone who sees or hears celebratory gunfire to text tip oakland pd to 888- 7777. in oakland, steve penere. >>> we're following breaking news from san francisco fisherman's wharf. a man was shot in the hand. police are looking for the suspected gunman in the area. we'll bring you more info
police chief howard jordan insists this year will be different. >> we actually have a team of officer dedicated solely to respond to gunfire call in the city tonight. >> reporter: officers are using enhanced shot spotter technology, a system that records the sound and location of gunfire and sends the information directly to an officer's patrol car laptop. >> we are going to be out there. we are going to be watching you. >> people are going to do what they're going to do, regardless, so i just hope that people don't get hurt. i just hope people are safe tonight. >> reporter: some oakland residents say no matter how many officers are out chasing gunfire tonight... >> there are irresponsible people. >> reporter: oakland police are also stepping is up dui patrols. in oakland, christin ayers, cbs 5 eyewitness news. >>> we're following breaking news out of san francisco's fisherman's wharf right now. san francisco police say a person was shot in the hand at 211 jefferson at mesa. police are reportedly looking for the suspected gunman in the area. we'll bring you more information as it come
police chief howard jordan and other supporters. people are upset about a police tactic called stop and frisk, a method supported by l.a.'s former police chief. chief jordan wants to hire him as a consultant. >> ask yourself why people in this room are so willing to risk going to jail by shouting out and screaming. because they know there's something fundamentally wrong with the oakland police department. >> just remember this, okay. i'm the police chief. i'm the guy that gets to decide what practice we're going to do and how we're going to do it. i'm the person that's going to be held accountable. >> the plan also includes more funding for the police academy to train new officers as well as the hiring of 11 alameda county sheriff's deputies for violent suppression efforts. the city council will vote on the issue next tuesday. >>> more shake-ups in the white house cabinet as president obama helds into his second term. today interior secretary ken salazar announced he is stepping down. he's the latest cabinet secretary to exit the administration following secretary of state hillary c
. firing round after round from what appears to be a shotgun, but oakland police chief howard jordan insists this year will be different. >> we actually have a team of officers dedicated by the supervisor and one sergeant, soully in response to the gunfire calls in the city tonight. >> reporter: and for the first time during new year's, officers are using enhanced shot spotter technology, a system that records the sound and location of gunfire and sends the information directly to an officer's patrol car laptop. >> we are going to be out there. we are going to be watching you. we're taking it very seriously. >> people are going to do what they want to do regardless. so i just hope that people don't get hurt. i hope people are safe tonight. >> reporter: some residence say no matter how many officers are out chasing down gunfire tonight, the roof problem remains unsolved. >> and there are too many guns out and irresponsible people as well. >> reporter: police are stepping up the dui patrols, encouraging anyone that sees or hears gunfire to text 888777 tip to oakland pd. in oakland, cbs
or any of the other 2 96 * guns that were recovered here of the 300 guns that chief howard jordan and youth uprising were able to get over there weren't going to fall into the hands of somebody that might use them, you're betting against the odds. the shooter in newtown, connecticut, got those guns from his home, legally purchased firearms. we took 2 96 guns off the street here thankful to dr. joe marshall and omega boys club. over 150 handguns, almost 150 rifles and shotguns, these are not what people keep saying aren't going to make a difference. this is absolutely making a difference. and i would say to the nra or anybody that says, hey, this isn't the problem, if it's not the problem, it will make a difference, it should make a difference banning them. let's err on the side of caution, keep the kids safe. thank you. >> let me also echo again my appreciation for commissioner dr. joe marshall because omega boys club has been a great partner. they are part of our effort to organize commutes, to intervene as early as we can, and i totally agree with the chief that these particular
that happened on sunday when he was shot in the arm. police chief howard jordan says he doesn't want to compromise this investigation, so he would not give specific information about sundays shooting, and he wouldn't tell us what lead up to monday's officer involved shooting.the chief says he doesn't know if the officer returned fire. the chief also would not say if the suspects were in a car or standing outside when he says they fired at the police officer. >> during the course of this follow up he was confronted by three armed and very dangerous individuals, during the confrontation the officer was shot in the arm, the officer suffered a non life threatening injury and will make a full recovery >> we do have one person detained., there are two others outstanding and we are conducting a very thorough >> we have activated our swat team with the help from some of our neighboring agencies, bart police and the highway patrol's assistance with air support >> he was following up on a earlier shooting from yesterday. >> were the suspects in a car or on foot >> reporter: residents in piedmo
out of the oakland police department this morning is that oakland has only one police chief, howard jordan, that bill bratton will offer advice on how to reduce crime here. doesn't have to be what worked in new york or l.a., but boy, there is a lot of doubt. the 2:00 a.m. vote brought a mix of relief and anger. the city council approved a contract hiring high profile police chief bill bratton to help oakland get a handle on violent crime, but opponents say his aggressive style just won't work here. >> i think that the zero tolerance also has this really destabilizing effect on communities. it relies a lot on kind of massive police sweeps and high numbers of arrests. >> reporter: some worry that bratton will use tactics like stop and frisk that may lead to racial profiling. >> racial profiling is illegal. it's not tolerated by the oakland police department. it's contrary to our policies. >> reporter: oakland has seen a 23% spike in violent crime recently. the police department is down to just 316 officers. families and churches were represented, too, supporting bratton. >> when you c
. a concern leon understands. his son had a questionable run-in with the police. oakland police chef howard jordan said that it will not become policy. >> bill bratton does more than stop and frisk. >> he said that jordan is about community involvement. >> feels that the community has to be involved at every level of the planning and execution of crime fighting. >> the team will look at each neighborhood and craft a plan. the mayor is hoping that he can help create strategies to move opd away from a federal take over. >> he quite frankly made a lot of progress with the los angeles negotiators settlement and the federal judge. >> leon said it's time for a divided community to get together. >> we have to come together in one voice and get it done. >> nbc bay area news. >> br a at the t tmp-- bratton scheduled to arrive in february. >>> governor brown is said to deliver his state of the state address tomorrow. it's the first time in a decade the state is back in the black instead of facing a substantial deficit. brown took office in 2011 under a $16 billion deficit. today the state has a surp
conference with the mayor and city leaders, chief howard jordan also updated the investigation into a pair of shootings last week that left two police officers wounded. last monday, a veteran undercover officer was shot in the arm during a stakeout and we learned today, that officer was beaten up by several men, his weapon taken from him before he was shot. the chief says four people have been arrested and charged in connection with that shooting. one man, an ex-con, was actually captured in texas. >> they were doing their job, the job that the citizens of oakland paid them to do to keep their community safe. >> officers are at a last line of defense for our society. if you target them, we will get you. >> reporter: the second shooting was last friday. the chief confirmed one man has been charged in connection with that attack. epalso gave a credit today to the department's federal partners, the u.s. marshals to helped to make arrests in many of these cases. in regards to yesterday's shooting, the one that left that 8-year-old wounded, police are searching for several gunmen they say. by t
group of feuding gangs and chief howard jordan tell it is chronicle it all started with the murder of a gang members girlfriend over the summer. 90% of the violence since then can be directly tied to that single incident. now the city of oakland is making a big money bet on a legendary law money to come in and turn -- law man to come in and turn things around. a controversial crime fighting tactic he calls a must have, might be a tough sell. >> reporter: it was a bloody weekend for oakland and a stronger argument for the city's soon to be hired police consultant to impose one of hiscontroversial policies stopping and searching suspicious people otherwise known as stop and frisk. he told cbs 5 he won't back off from what he believes works. >> for any city to say they don't do stop and frisk i'm sorry they don't know what the hell they are talking about. >> reporter: the practice has come under fire. civil rights groups in new york are suing police for stopping and searching people in privately owned buildings. officers were given access by landlor
howard jordan believes it will pass. he met with some pretty stiff opposition last night. as did members of his staff. [ inaudible ] >> reporter: officers the chief himself and people who supported the new crime fighting program were booed and heckled. community members had to ask repeatedly for the gallery to quiet down. a police tactic called stop and frisk. it is supported by bill bratton former l.a. police chief. bratton who has helped reduce crime in l.a. and new york city would be hired z a consultant for $250,000. but some community members said it would be a waste of money. >> if you really need to hear what he has to say, why don't you go and have howard jordan buy his book on amazon for $18. >> the city of oakland cannot afford the lawsuits that will follow this. >> we do not condone racial profiling. we never have. we have worked very hard to build this relationship between the community. >> reporter: the plan would also include more funding for the police academy to train new officers and hiring 20 police service technicians. the measure would have the most impact is the hiri
with us this afternoon to tell us he's looking forward to working with oakland police chief howard jordan. >> i've known him for a period of time. and he is very open to the idea of bringing in outside assistance. he is the first to admit he doesn't have all the answers. but he's always willing to learn and try new things. and i applaud him for that. >> reporter: bratton is widely respected as a reformer. he happened to be in detroit today to meet with the mayor and police brass here to try to help them turn around their troubled department. detroit and oakland police are both being monitored by federal authorities over allegations of widespread misconduct. bratton says, while the two cities are vastly different, there are some striking similarities in the problems they face. >> both have been going through significant reductions in the size of their police force. both are under the federal consent decrees, so they're focusing on their uses of force. >> reporter: bratton says he will be in oakland soon and his first order of business is to meet with political leaders, police brass and mem
in front of a lobby wall indescribed with the names of officers killed in the line of duty, howard jordan responded. >> for me personally i think they need to get just get reality check about what is really happening on the streets and what the impact of these weapons is causing inform not only our community but officers and officers being safe so they can protect our citizens. >>reporter: in the week since the sandy hook elementary shooting in connecticut there has been a lot of talk about banning assault weapons. and east bay gun dealer tells me there has been one other impact. sales of assault style weapons up 300 percent. in oakland, 7 news. >> with boeing and airline officials trying to assure travelers of the safety of the world newest jet liner the government today says disaster might have been averted. national transportation safety board safety board show the battery. the agency says it spewed electric from light shortly after the plane landed in boston early this month. tonight the ntsb says the back up protection in those battery failed. >> unprecedented event. we are ver
,000 for this consulting contract would be better spent on social services. but howard jordan told the council his department needs to do strategy. he believes bratton is one of the best out there. he ran the nypd and the l.a.p.d. and has been widely raised for improving community relations with police. >> we're in a position right now where we have to make changes, moving forward in order to make oakland safer. i think this gives us a road map to doing that. >> reporter: and to address community concerns, the city council included an ameantment emphasizing that -- amendment emphasizing that racial profiling will not be tolerated as part of this plan. the council took other crime- fighting measures, including hiring 11 alameda county sheriff deputies to help patrol in oakland and the gave -- and the council gave the go ahead to bring more oakland officers in on a long-term basis. those opposed to bratton's hiring, there were a number of members of the public who support the plan. hear from them coming up at 8:00. live in oakland, alex savidge, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> it started overnight as an at
been wounded, police captured the suspect. here is open police chief howard jordan. >> wheif you are going to try to shoot an officer in full uniform and tell issue what people are doing today. i will use all necessary but resources to make this city safe. >> and the alameda county sheriff's office says that a deputy had no choice but to shoot a man who charged at him while holding a knife. a concerned father called 9-1- 1 for help friday morning. because he his 28 year-old son was acting bizarre. this happened at a residence on frederick's and lane in dublin. the first deputy on scene had only seconds to react after stepping out of his patrol car. the man who was shot is expected to survive. authority say that they had previous disturbances involving the same person. >> 100 people from newtown, connecticut are joining thousands and the nation's capital today for a gun control march. gun-control advocacy groups joined several charges in organizing the march after the massacre in new town. 20 students and six teachers died from gunfire in that tragedy. the group is planning to mar
howard jordan is saying that they are doing everything. the suspect is a male teenager between a 13 years old-16 years old >> to they want to express our condolences to the family. this is another senseless and unfortunate act in our dear city, yesterday. as a father of the two girls, one is 13, when this is 16. i am personally impacted by this senseless act of violence. >> reporter: this is the131st homicide however, police chief robert jordan is determined to bring that down. >>> that is easier said than done what is the solution? >> reporter: with more officers, we've heard 700. and also of older officers but record to talk more about that coming up at 6:00 p.m. thank you, j. r. for arafa. j. r. stone >>> he final day of the year finds homicide investigators called out once again in san jose. kron four's rob fladeboe brings you up to date on homicide number 46, the mostsan jose in more than twenty >> reporter: a half-dozen patrol cars and perhaps twice that number of officers could be seen canvassing prospective witnesses here in the cordoned off summer breeze apartments on lewis road.
that ended yesterday. four of the victims died. police chief howard jordan says 90% of the recent violence is traced to two feuding gangs and the murder of one gang member's girlfriend. jordan would not identify the gangs involved. but he says police have arrested one suspect and three persons of interest in connection with the friday shooting. >>> william bratton is in favor of stop and frisk. the former l.a. police chief says it's rest in to get illegal guns off the -- it's necessary to get illegal guns off the streets in oakland. that method is under scrutiny by civil rights activists. >> you don't get to stop random people walking down the street because they are african- american young men living in a certain neighborhood. we are against that. >> every police department in america does it. the challenge is to do it constitutionally within the law. the challenge is to do it compassionately. you're dealing with human beings. >> if the city council approves bratton's contract as expected, he will start work in oakland february 10. >>> a bay
howard jordan says most of the recent violence is traced to two feuding gangs. he says over the past several months, about 90% of the city's shootings, robberies and homicides r linked to -- are linked to the summer murder of a gang member's girlfriend. he wouldn't identify the gangs involved but chief jordan says police have arrested one suspect and three persons of interest in connection with friday's shooting. >>> a nationally renowned police expert who may be hired as a consultant in oakland is an advocate for the controversial stop and frisk method. former los angeles police chief william bratton says the tactic is necessary to get illegal guns off the streets. stop and frisk policies vary between cities and are under heavy scrutiny by civil rights advocates. >> you don't get to stop random people walking down the street just because they're an african male, just because they're young and live in a certain neighborhood. we are against that. >> every police department in america does it. the challenge is to do it constitutionally within the la
cuenta howard jordan/jefe de policia oakland :56 these are two groups hoy el jefe de la policia explico que 90 por ciento de la violencia en oakland en los ultimos ocho meses se debe a la guerra entre dos grupos, desatada por la muerte de una joven el verano pasado....jorda n dijo que parte de la violencia este fin de semana, esta atada a esa guerra y estan enfocados en perseguir a los criminales que han identificado.... la situacion ha hecho que algunos pidan que se declare el estado de emergencia en la ciudad.... we have been jordan respondio que han estado operando en estado de emergencia ya. y que han pedido y recibido los recursos extras que eso trae, por lo que no piensan hacer una peticion oficial. el nuevo concejal de la ciudad noel gallo, dijo que apoya al jefe de policia y sus politicas, pero tiene dudas noel gallo/concejal de oakland 1:41 en realidad lo que se esta presentando es muy serio, so si tengo que declarar una emergencia eso es lo que quiero hacer, pero ahorita legalmente me tengo que juntar con el, para ver como se puede trabajar esa resolucion.... jean quan/alcalde
police chief howard jordan said much of the violence the city has seen in the past 6 months can be connected to just 2 groups. and when jordan found evidence connecting them to one of the shoot thtion weekend, he said he did something medley. >> took swift immediate action by reassigning officers to some 80's that we thought retaliation would likely occur. >>reporter: council member galo said he will push the city council to give police more resources the and that include a curfew or stop and frisk law which has been controversial. >>> campus police captured one of 2 men accused of committing anti-gay crime at uc berkeley. 23-year-old garcia and second man spray pantyed anti-gay graffiti on 2 campus buildings around 10:30 saturday night. police still looking for second suspect who ran from the scene described as hispanic male with first name of chris about 6 foot 2 weighing 200 pound. >> new at 11:00. animal control officials in contra costa county are lacking for the person who shot a cat with an arrow. we are told kfc will survive. he was in the barn on owner property when
and frisk are racist and unconstitutional but police chief howard jordan supports him. >> i think he's a wonderful leader in law enforcement. i look forward to working with him. i don't expect any of the controversy that is surrounding him to be an issue for us. >> the public safety committee is expected to approve the contract later tonight. >>> there is a new proposal tonight to rename the san francisco airport in honor of the city's -- one of the city's most revered politicians. jana live now at sfo to tell us about the name campaign. jana. >> well, the idea is to put harvey milks' name right up there and change sfo to har ree nook san francisco sis key international airport. millions of passengers pass through sfo and the idea of renaming the airport after a politician is getting mixed reactions. today at city hal near the statue of former supervisor and gay activist harvey milk, the board heard a proposal to name the airport after the late politician. supervisor david campos authorized the plan. >> the 80 airports that have been named after an individual, not a single one of the
a contract for 10- deputies from the alameda county sheriff's department o-p-d chief howard jordan says, the deputies will help his officers deal with a violent feud between rival gangs. >> we are focusing on the same the two groups that we spoke of yesterday similar to the c h p. they have been very successful and want to continue that. just imagine. if they are here for two days a week and the sheriffs, for another two days per week would of possibly see >> "4 days a week" >> pam: the finance committee unanimously approved the new safety plan which now moves to the oakland city council for a final vote next tuesday >> san francisco police have named a suspect in a vicious robbery in the tenderloin. police say, 35-year-old laurice barrett. is the man who stole money from a woman. and killed her dog during the robbery. it happened late last month on leavenworth street. police say, they identified barrett based on tips from the public. and this surveillance video of the suspect running away. kron-4's alecia reid has more. >> he stole some money from her and he noticed the dog was barking
sure that 2013 is a lot better than 2012. >>reporter: chief howard jordan planning a number of new strategy to help get a handle on the violence. he wants to reintroduce community policing and looking forward to having former new york police commissioner andless ang police chief william bratton on board for special consultant. >> have a national expert in rusting violence in larger city than oakland i think we have an opportunity to make an impact locally. >> anthony age 24. >>reporter: the hope east for fewer names to be called at this ceremony next year. in oakland, abc 7 news. >>> breaking news san francisc francisco. from the jefferson may son street area live pictures from sky 7 hd. the wharf area. number of shots fired on this new years eve. one person at least was hit. we understand that person shot in the hand so not life threatening injuries but several shots reportedly fired in this area of jefferson and mason street. again in san francisco fisherman wharf area. live pictures. continue to try to get you more information on exactly what happened. we don't know exa
county sheriff's department. all pd chief howard jordan says, the deputies will help his offices deal with violent feud between rival gangs. >> just imagine having the highway patrol coming today is a week. we will see what we have it will have extra patrol. >> the finance committee approved it and it moves to the oakland city council for a final vote next tuesday. >> the body of a novato man who jumped into the corte adera creek to invade police last month has been recovered. this is video of the search back in december. the marin county coroner's office has identified the body as that of 23 year-old anthony donelson of novato. a citizen told fairfax police monday evening that there appeared to be a body floating in the creek inadaline e. kent middle school in kent field. donaldson fled toward the creek when officers asked them to get out of the car. he ran under the roadway, climbed over a fence and jumped into the creek, police lost sight of him when he disappeared under the water. >> tickets for the san jose sharks regular-season go on sale in a matter of hours. to get you more ne
was wounded in the foot but he is expected to recover. oakland police chief howard jordan wants your help in identifying the shooter who may be as young as 13 years old. meantime police in san jose are trying to solve that city's 46th homicide of the year. it happened yesterday morning in a parking jar wrong on lewis road off monterey highway. he got into an argument with two other men before he was shot. police did detain two other people and police recovered the weapon involved. >>> family and friends of oscar grant will mark the 4th anniversary of his test. the young father was shot and killed in oakland. he is now on parole after being released from prison and they will pastry put to his life through poetry and music and a balloon release. >>> same sex couples celebrated the new year by tying the knot. same sex couples in the state have been able to get marriage licenses but they did not take affect until this morning. nine states now approve of same sex marriages. and this year, pie one tie pause of the problems with a new dating system. the motion picture's academy said some have pr
and the boy was shot in the foot and is expected to recover. >>> howard jordan wants your help in identifying the shooting. the shooter may be as young as 13. >>> it's very disheartening and discouraging and embarrassing to the city and to myself as a police chief. >> it is particularly hard for him since he has two teenage daughters. >>> it is part of the nhl season and it will be the latest to complete the deal. more than 58% has been canceled because of a lock out but yesterday they gave their counteroffer to the league and could get a response by this morning. a deal would have to be reached by january 11th, and if approved, the games would start no later than 18th. they kept head coach dennis allan and reggie mcken's did i. the raiders ended their loss with a record of 12 wins and 4 losses, and across the way, one l.l. o, they were calling it black mondayment. >> time now what just happened in the south bay? >> well, we have a one way driver going at speeds up to 100 miles per hour. and chp is on the scene and we will keep you posted. right now 880 and in the san leandro area, one lane i
Search Results 0 to 49 of about 121 (some duplicates have been removed)